A multinational software corporation has unveiled a new artificial intelligence (AI) tool integrated into its platform for designing, manufacturing and delivering new products and infrastructure.
The company, Autodesk, hopes the tool will improve productivity by using intelligence and generative capabilities to help speed up manufacturing projects and improve the accuracy of outcomes.
Raji Arasu, chief technology officer, Autodesk, said: “With a focus on delivering responsible AI solutions, Autodesk AI will seamlessly integrate throughout the Autodesk platform, enhancing our existing products and industry clouds to facilitate innovative design and manufacturing processes.”
To date, the company’s AI Lab has contributed more than 60 peer-reviewed research papers to support R&D in this area.
Autodesk AI proves its worth across various sectors, whether in constructing infrastructure, manufacturing, or creating captivating media and entertainment. It goes beyond mere productivity enhancement, offering users the tools to embrace greater ambition and creativity.
In anticipation of the 2024 State of Design and Make report on AI, 77% of surveyed companies revealed plans to increase or strongly increase their AI investments within the next three years.
Some 66% of leaders in the industry likewise predict that AI will become essential within the next two to three years.
The company is reportedly working on introducing new capabilities to the tool to support the provision of data analysis and predictive insights for complex projects.
The latest developments in robotics and automated technologies used in manufacturing will be on show at the Robotics and Automation Exhibition, which will be held on 19-20 March 2024 at the NEC Birmingham. Register now to attend the UK’s biggest exhibition dedicated to robotics and automation.